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A fine pair of George III Butter Shells made in London in 1808 by Thomas Pitts II.


The Dishes each stand on three winkle feet and the main body is modelled to simulate a scallop shell. The unusually shaped carrying handle has a raised rim and is engraved with a contemporary Crest of a Phoenix rising from the flames. Both are in excellent condition and are very well marked.

Length: 5.9 inches, 14.75cm.

Width: 5.1 inches, 12.75cm

Weight: 10oz.